Monday, April 29, 2013


The best day of the year arrived on Saturday!

Saturday, April 13, 2013

The Clubhouse

There are times when you know you were meant to be together.

The D Dock Clubhouse!

She came with her own lines.

And a room with a view.

The patio has many options, including a possible water slide.

It's just a shame she sold today.  Live well.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Sea Shell Sail

In search of photos of recent Sandy damage,
I managed to only capture some of the beauty left behind.
These are from early January, several months after the storm.

Sailing with the Sand in Your Sails

The Blue Whale

Dragons in the Water

Bolt and Beach

Myst, the Island



Monday, July 23, 2012

Bill Delivers

From his boat
To your island
Bill Delivers!

Dingy Dinghy

What do you get when you cross a few dinghies . . . 

With a pool of pink flamingos . . . 

A few crazy people . . . 

and some rules and a race course?

A whole lot of fun!!!

And then there was the food

Great people

 Before and After

The finish line!
And our resident pirate

TOYC 2012 Dinghy Races!

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Bay Rhumb Runner

 It's always a good day of sailing
when friends are nearby.

 The Rhumb runners were out and we let
them pass by (it made them feel better).

Sailing off into the sunset.
Ahhh, friends.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Challenge Cup 2011

Challenge Cup 2011
12 boats total
6 from Tall Oaks Yacht Club
6 from Cedar Creek Marina

The course was set, as shown on the
back of Antny's shirt.

As we left the slip, our
captain had a few stories to tell.

Objects in mirror are NOT
as close as they appear!

Just behind us was Escapade
swapping places with us a few times.


And Fifty-Fifty who passed us on the next-to-last leg.

Off our bow, to port, is Mr. Mylar (lead boat).

What they do on the other boats during a race,
does not STAY on the other boats.

Not in the race, but still a nice view.

 Our Race Committee Boat
as viewed just past the finish line.

Bob breaks out a couple of PBR's for
himself to celebrate our 4th place finish.

The captain and his lovely wife, our hosts.
Thanks for "how goddamn good it felt to sail well".

Tall Oaks Yacht Club captured the Challenge Cup again!
Fifty-Fifty with a corrected time took the cup (from Mr. Mylar),
with Escapade in 3rd and Bay Rhumb bringing in
a very respectable 4th place finish.